BNP PARIBAS PERSONAL FINANCE ATTENDS BIBA 2018
Tue, 15 May 2018
BNP Paribas Personal Finance is delighted once again to attend the British Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) 2018 Conference, the most important event in the insurance calendar. As a leading provider of finance solutions, part of BNP Paribas the European bank with a global presence, the event provides a great opportunity to prospect and network with brokers, showcasing the company’s innovative new solutions.
With a commitment to helping brokers grow their business, BNP Paribas Premium Finance has been helping UK customers spread the cost of their insurance premiums through helpful, affordable monthly payments for over 21 years. The company has big growth ambitions and has recently launched ‘Optimus’ its new operating platform creating a great experience for personal and commercial lines customers. BNP Paribas Personal Finance has worked collaboratively with software houses to develop this new processing platform which provides efficiency and control in this fast changing regulatory environment. The new platform provides real-time application processing and credit decisions designed to deliver efficiencies and remove integration errors.
BIBA attracted brokers from all over the UK: many of which visited BNP Paribas Personal Finance's impressive stand to hear about how the company is leveraging technology and insight to drive performance. The company's true partnership approach with a dedicated Partnership Manager coupled with competitive and transparent pricing ensures they are well placed to provide insurance brokers with a compelling proposition to grow and protect their business.
Michael Phillips, Director of Premium Finance comments: “We’re at an exciting point in building our Premium Finance business and have big growth ambitions. Attending BIBA yet again has been a great opportunity to showcase our new Optimus platform which offers a fully integrated personal and commercial journey, making it easier for brokers and customers to do business with us.”